Julie Williams

Murdaca leads Asia-Pacific Amateur by one

At Royal Melbourne Golf Club, a handful of Australians are taking advantage of having the Asia-Pacific Amateur move south to their homeland. Two Aussies lead the field, and five more are T-11 or better.

Sinnott leads Asia-Pacific Am at Royal Melbourne

Todd Sinnott of Australia leads the Asia-Pacific Amateur after a calculated 5-under 67 on Thursday at Royal Melbourne’s Composite Course in Melbourne, Australia.

Asia-Pacific Am lures Masters hopefuls Down Under

A coveted invitation to the Masters is on the table this week for the game’s best amateurs, but it’s a world away from Augusta National’s groomed fairways.

Texas-Tyler women win, men share title in Destin

Texas-Tyler rallied to win the women's title Tuesday at the Golfweek Division III Fall Invitational while the Patriots shared the men's title with Methodist.

Texas-Tyler leads D3 Fall Invitational behind Toone

Behind George Toone's 3-under 68, Texas-Tyler posted a second-round 4-over 288, and at 7 over for two rounds, leads Methodist by one.

Huskies go from Down Under to top-ranked

Barely two weeks after returning from a team trip to Australia, Washington won its own Edean Ihlanfeldt and took Golfweek's top ranking.

Howard leads LaGrange at D-III Fall Invitational

Cory Howard, a Florida native, is back at Sandestin for the Golfweek Division III Invitational, where he has seen success for LaGrange in years past.

Washington-St. Louis women lead D-III Invite

Washington-St. Louis head coach Sean Curtis says senior Olivia Lugar is like an extra coach for the Bears. They're leading the Golfweek Division III Fall Invitational.

Field strength key in luring D3 south to Sandestin

In Division III golf, the annual trip to Sandestin is like a major. Top men’s and women’s programs from around the country have been coming to the Florida panhandle for the past four years to play the event.

Dallas Baptist recruits with instinct, not funds

Dallas Baptist head coach Kenny Trapp is faced with the task of recruiting top-level Division II talent without the promise of an athletic scholarship.

Arkansas Tech, Simon Fraser win at D-II Fall

The Arkansas Tech women earned their first team title of the season Sunday at the Golfweek Division II Fall Invitational while Simon Fraser won the men's team title.

Williams: Pace-of-play goals met at ANNIKA

The ANNIKA Intercollegiate proves that a quick pace of play in a college-golf tournament is achievable, but not without sticking points.

Arkansas Tech leads D-II Fall Invitational

After 36 holes on Sunriver’s Crosswater Course, Arkansas Tech leads the 12-team field at the Golfweek Division II Fall Invitational, two shots ahead of Dallas Baptist.

Sunriver showdown set for D-II Fall Invitational

The Meadows course in Sunriver, Ore., provides a familiar backdrop for Rachel Harmon and her Dixie State team at the Golfweek Division II Women’s Fall Invitational.

For Gamecocks, ANNIKA title shapes season

South Carolina, lead by senior Justin Dreher, won the ANNIKA Invitational Presented by 3M - the most elite field in women's college golf - Tuesday at Reunion (Fla.) Resort.

Williams: Northwestern could be "that team"

In college golf, cold-weather programs often are overlooked, but a team like Northwestern can be "that team" come the NCAA Championships in May to crack the top-8 and make match play.

Dreher carries Gamecocks to ANNIKA lead

After 36 holes at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate, Justine Dreher tops the individual leaderboard and her South Carolina team leads by two shots.

Williams: Beyond glitz, ANNIKA Award offers carrot

Scoring feats, first-time NCAA Championship winners (or qualifiers) and start-up programs show progress in women's college golf and its deeper talent pool as “parity” has become a buzzword.

A story of depth: Arizona leads ANNIKA

Arizona’s ANNIKA Intercollegiate-leading team score was far into the red by the time Laura Ianello added color with anecdotes Sunday to describe her lineup -- bringing a seasoned Wildcat squad to life.

Denver shows age in gutsy Red Sky charge

For five years, Denver has been the home team at the Golfweek Women’s Conference Challenge. In the final round at Red Sky, Denver played like it knew exactly what to do.